[SHOT 2020] New Rimfire Stocks and more from Kinetic Research Group

    [SHOT 2020] KRG new rimfire stocks

    [SHOT 2020] KRG new rimfire stocks

    Precision stocks for rimfires

    New from Kinetic Research Group (KRG) for 2020 is the KRG Bravo stock made to fit both the Ruger 10/22 and the CZ 457.  MSRP starts at $249 intro pricing for the 10/22 Bravo and $369 for the CZ-457 Bravo.  The 10/22 stock weighs in at 2.8lb, and the 457 at 2.9lb.  The 10/22 stock would be good for a youth fit, with a minimum LOP of only 11.1″.  Colors will be red, grey, FDE and black for the Ruger and green, grey, FDE and black for the 457.  This author is currently testing a Bravo stock with a Tikka T1x, and can say with confidence it is an excellent piece of gear.

    [SHOT 2020] KRG new rimfire stocks

    [SHOT 2020] KRG new rimfire stocks

    [SHOT 2020] KRG new rimfire stocks

    [SHOT 2020] KRG new rimfire stocks

    [SHOT 2020] KRG

    [SHOT 2020] KRG

    [SHOT 2020] KRG

    [SHOT 2020] KRG

    [SHOT 2020] KRG

    [SHOT 2020] KRG

    [SHOT 2020] KRG

    [SHOT 2020] KRG

    [SHOT 2020] KRG

    [SHOT 2020] KRG

    Further rounding out rimfire options in the Bravo Stock will be a new tool-less LOP for the Bravo stock, operated by two throw levers.  However, KRG recommends that people primarily use this in rimfire platforms.

    X-Ray for X-tra accuracy

    [SHOT 2020] KRG X-Ray Gen 4

    [SHOT 2020] KRG X-Ray Gen 4

    Also new is their Gen 4 X-Ray stock.  Inletted for both Remington 700 SA and LA calibers, as well as Tikka T3 SA calibers, the Gen 4 features tool-less cheekpiece and buttpad height adjustments.  It is also a lightweight stock, coming in at 3.1lbs.  MRSP will start at introductory pricing of $449.  The Gen 4 X Ray uses ARCA rails, and can accommodate KRG’s new heavy angled bag rider as well.

    [SHOT 2020] KRG X-Ray Gen 4

    [SHOT 2020] KRG X-Ray Gen 4

    [SHOT 2020] KRG Gen 4

    [SHOT 2020] KRG Gen 4

    [SHOT 2020] KRG X-Ray Gen 4

    [SHOT 2020] KRG X-Ray Gen 4

    The Fox-42 Semiautomatic precision rifle project beta testing is still going strong.  With a good number of rifles out there in the field getting shot for over a year, any foreseeable issue will have been dealt with by the time this rifle hits the market.

    [SHOT 2020] KRG Fox-42

    [SHOT 2020] KRG Fox-42

    [SHOT 2020] KRG Fox-42

    [SHOT 2020] KRG Fox-42

    [SHOT 2020] KRG Making a SCAR look good

    [SHOT 2020] KRG Making a SCAR look good

    [SHOT 2020] KRG ACR stocks

    [SHOT 2020] KRG ACR stocks

    [SHOT 2020] KRG ACR PDW Stock

    [SHOT 2020] KRG ACR PDW Stock

    For more information, please visit Kinetic Research Group

    Rusty S.

    Having always had a passion for firearms, Rusty S. has had experience in gunsmithing, firearms retail, hunting, competitive shooting, range construction, as an IDPA certified range safety officer and a certified instructor. He has received military, law enforcement, and private training in the use of firearms. He is fortunate enough to have access to class 3 weaponry as well.


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